Pregnancy Talk With Chandra Wilson

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Fans catching a glimpse of this week's episode during the end credits last Thursday saw Meredith Grey worrying that she might be pregnant. We can't say whether or not this plot development is true, nor can we comment on the rumors flying around that Ellen Pompeo is pregnant in real life. Yet somehow we doubt both.

Pregnancy Talk With Chandra Wilson
We'll tell you one thing for certain, though. Last season, when Dr. Bailey was pregnant, that was the real deal. At the same time her character was giving birth (with George's helpful aid), Chandra Wilson (right) brought her third baby into the world.

In the newest People magazine, Chandra offers her take on the process, sounding a bit like her witty Seattle Grace alter ego:

"I've gone through three childbirths so far, and they've all been wonderful. I highly recommend epidurals, though. I'm looking for an endorsement deal."

Hmm. Not sure how that would work exactly, but we're pretty sure Nike is trying to get through to Wilson's management team about now.

In case you were wondering, epidurals are a popular form of medication for labor in most hospitals. An epidural is defined as a form of regional anesthesia involving injection of drugs through a catheter placed into the epidural space. The injection causes a loss of sensation and pain by blocking the transmission of pain signals through nerves in or near the spinal cord. Fun!

Pregnant Miranda, George & Addison

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Grey's Anatomy Quotes

MEREDITH: "You don't get to call me a whore. When I met you, I thought I had found the person that I was going to spend the rest of my life with. I was done! All the boys and all the bars and all the obvious daddy issues, who cares? I was done. You left me. You chose Addison. I'm all glued back together now. I make no apologies for how I chose to repair what you broke. You don't get to call me a whore."
DEREK: "This thing with us is finished. It's over."
MEREDITH: "Finally."
DEREK: "Yeah, it's done."
MEREDITH: "It is done."

Lexie: [narrating] Grief may be a thing we all have in common, but it looks different on everyone.
Mark: It isn't just death we have to grieve. It's life. It's loss. It's change.
Alex: And when we wonder why it has to suck so much sometimes, has to hurt so bad. The thing we gotta try to remember is that it can turn on a dime.
Izzie: That's how you stay alive. When it hurts so much you can't breathe, that's how you survive.
Derek: By remembering that one day, somehow, impossibly, you won't feel this way. It won't hurt this much.
Bailey: Grief comes in its own time for everyone, in its own way.
Owen: So the best we can do, the best anyone can do, is try for honesty.
Meredith: The really crappy thing, the very worst part of grief is that you can't control it.
Arizona: The best we can do is try to let ourselves feel it when it comes.
Callie: And let it go when we can.
Meredith: The very worst part is that the minute you think you're past it, it starts all over again.
Cristina: And always, every time, it takes your breath away.
Meredith: There are five stages of grief. They look different on all of us, but there are always five.
Alex: Denial.
Derek: Anger.
Bailey: Bargaining.
Lexie: Depression.
Richard: Acceptance.